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Analyzing 547 debate questions: This year, personal qualities take center stage

This year's first presidential debate focused more on personality than any other in US history--befitting a match-up featuring two of the least popular candidates ever. And if the next two debates shape up like the first, the debate season as a whole would set a new high-water mark for the proportion of debate questions involving personality traits. Moderator Lester Holt...
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